Yacht Charter Holidays in Sardinia: A Fact File
South of Corsica and west of Naples, Sardinia draws the superyacht charter crowd to Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Porto Cervo with regattas held throughout the summer season. Beautiful cathedrals, lonely ruins and pristine fields and beaches characterise this island, while the settlements vary from charming villages to modern towns with the very latest fashion accessories. The ideal place for a luxury yacht holiday. Read the full Guide
Things to Consider:
Yachting Seasons & Climate: Summer months are hot and humid with temperatures reaching a high of 25°C/77°F in September and 10°C/50°F in January. Rainfall is at its lowest in July and August - only 2mm, while October-December receives an average of 40mm.
Clothing to Pack For Your Charter: The south of Italy is very hot during the summer months and visitors should wear plenty of sun screen along with natural fibres such as cotton and linen.
Main Ports and Marinas: Cagliari, Porto Mirabello, Sudcantieri, Marina di Loano, Marina Genova Aeroporto, Port of Pantelleria, Marina di Teulada, Marina di Villasimius, Porto Lotti
Famous Restaurants & Clubs: Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, Phi Beach, Cala Di Volpe Hotel Restaurant, Il Pescatore, Rha, Tartaruga, Black Moon
A Must See Attraction: Alghero Cathedral, various UNESCCO World Heritage Sites
Best beaches to visit in your yacht: Cagliari, Porto Mirabello, Sudcantieri, Marina di Loano, Marina Genova Aeroporto, Port of Pantelleria, Marina di Teulada, Marina di Villasimius, Porto Lotti
Local Yacht Events: Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta, Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, Rolex Swan Cup, Perini Navi Cup
Best time to go: The temperatures are warm from spring through to autumn; July and August have the best weather, however this will also be the busiest period.